Tag: acceptance

The Laws of Purpose

Law #1: Everyone and everything has a Purpose, Law #2: The Universe supports your Purpose, even if you don’t Law #3: Power comes from holding onto your Purpose at all times Law #4: Survival lies in having an accurate description of how your purpose relates to reality Law #5: What you think and believe in […]

Round-To-It

“Oh, I’ll get around to it,” said Joan. “I just have to do…” It’s amazing how many small business people make that opening statement when you ask them why something in their business is not yet finished. Be truthful with yourself — have you said something similar in the last couple of days? Or even […]

Diversity, Disruption, Desire

Business’ future proofing D’s: Diversity, Disruption and Desire. At the Institute of Directors speakers have recently been talking about both Diversity and Disruption but no one is talking about Desire. Why Include Desire? Desire comes from PURPOSE or Purpose comes from DESIRE. Purpose means you find the BEST person, method, system, and outcomes to assure the […]

Work On vs Work In?

Are you fed up with people telling you that you need to work on your business instead of in your business? Do you work so hard that there is no time for anything but working in the business? Good news you are working on your business every minute you are not working in your business. How? […]

Values, Ethics, Codes and the Platinum Rule

Codes of practice, ethics, values, manifestos are all tools to help you build a culture and support your clients. They work  but in the end, you need to practice the Platinum Rule of Life to really achieve a great culture.. But…how do you create a culture that practices the Platinum Rule? What is the Platinum […]

Predictability and Certainty for Business

At a recent Chamber of Commerce meeting, a business owner asked how do you know a good business from a bad business? I answered that “the good businesses (including government departments and non-profits) had predictable outcomes for staff and clients as well as the community and there was certainty for clients dealing with the entity”. […]